January 2012 Monthly Archive

Got My Eye on a EUR/JPY Long-term Falling Trend Line – Orders Cancelled

Since I placed my sell orders, EUR/JPY has fallen about 200 pips, just as I had hoped! There’s just one little problem… Read more

Weekly Watch: January 30 to February 3, 2012

Though I’m still extremely pumped from watching the epic Djokovic-Nadal Australian Open finals, I took the time to label my charts to show you the levels I’ll be looking at this week. Hopefully, we’ll get some EPIC trades out of ’em! Read more

Weekly Watch: January 23 to 27, 2012

Sorry, I’m a little bit late this week – pulled a hammy playing some football, but now I’m back! Here’s a look at some levels to keep an eye on for the cross currency pairs this week! Read more

Shorting the Falling Trend Line on EUR/JPY – Trade Closed

This week hasn’t been kind to euro bears, myself included! The currency seems to be shrugging off all the bad vibes of the European debt crisis! Read more

Weekly Watch: January 16 to 20, 2012

Our trio of crosses were very active and showed interest in the areas that we pointed out in last week’s Weekly Watch. Let’s see if this week’s levels get reactions from the markets! Read more

Jumping Back on the Short Euro Train with EUR/GBP – Trade Closed

Looks like I picked a bad time to short the euro! Yesterday’s euro rally caused EUR/GBP to break its falling trend line and stop me out. It’s a good thing I cut back my risk! Read more

Weekly Watch: January 9 to 13, 2012

What a week for the euro, eh? Not only did it sink against the dollar, but it weakened against the rest of the majors as well! Could we see a repeat performance this week? Read more

Cross-eyeing: Long-term Falling Trend Line on EUR/CAD – Trade Closed

Awww yeah! I’m lovin’ 2012 already! I managed to bag a total of 280 pips on my first trade of the year! Check it out! Read more

Weekly Watch: January 2 to 6, 2011

Happy New Year to one and all! I hope you were able to get plenty of rest over the holidays because this week, we’re diving right back into the markets! Read more